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Re: NFS



OK , thanks
I am going to create a group and add the users on that group .
but what is the difference between syn and rsync ?



Douglas Furlong wrote:

On Fri, 2004-10-29 at 07:01 -0400, Littleguru wrote:


Hi Douglas

Thanks for the fast reply.
I want to access to share files with a normal user , but
how can I bypass the userid ? can I connect to sahred file system with a user that has a different user id ?


Thanks



Can you not add a user to both systems (making sure there UID) is correct, or create a group on both systems (again making sure the gid is correct), and put the user in the group, and set the appropriate group permissions?

From rom a basic point of view.

I do not believe there is any way, of having the system set up so that a
user that couldn't access the file on the server, can access it on the
lcient.




Douglas Furlong wrote:



On Fri, 2004-10-29 at 05:47 -0400, Littleguru wrote:




Hello

I have created a nfs shared directory on my server ,and it mount properly on my client station , but I can not go to mounted directory , it says " permission denied "




Are you trying to access the NFS share as the root user? If this is the
case you would have to use no_root_squash. However this is an incredibly
insecure thing.

If you are not trying to access the share as root, then you have to make
sure that both on the client AND the server, there is a user with the
same UID (not just username).








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